Daisy Imogen Buckle
An immersive installation of lit woven willow nests designed to generate curiosity and intrigue. Drawing people in and starting a dialogue about our interactions as part of the natural world.
School of Communication
MA Information Experience Design, 2019
I am a designer working with and for nature and landscape. My work incorporates a range of techniques and materials from photography to weaving, print to glass design. I create installations, workshops and pieces that excite and engage people with places they may never have been, and may never go to, but where they now feel the need to protect. My work focusses on the beauty and tactile quality of nature and landscape. Inspired by the forms I discover while walking and exploring, documenting the found, engaging and connecting with spaces, places and things we often take for granted. While looking at and acknowledging the connections between nature, mental wellbeing and craft.
- BA (Hons) Textile Design, Chelsea College of Art, University of the Arts London, 2016; Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Chelsea College of Art, University of the Arts London, 2013
- Supercampaigner, The Woodland Trust, London and South East, 2017–present; Visiting lecturer, Reach Out RCA, London, 2018; Schools engagement champion, Woodland Trust, Hertfordshire, 2017–2018; Studio assistant, The Shetland Tweed Company, 2016
- RCA Graduate Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2019; London Late Light, Anatomy Museum, London, 2019; Material Statements, Dyson Gallery, London, 2019; RCA Work in Progress, Royal College of Art, London, 2019; Distributed Design with DDPROJ/TALA , London Design Festival, London, 2018; Me here to you there, Hockney Gallery, London, 2018; ( )Scapes, Language, Land and Form, London, 2018; Exploded Stories, Royal College of Art, London, 2018; The Distributed Museum, British Museum, London, 2017; Chelsea College of Art Textile Final Degree Show, London, 2016; Day of the Dead celebrations, The British Museum, London, 2016; EL Rebozo, Franz Meyer Museum, Mexico City, 2016
- Design Factory, Make it different, 2016, Design Museum, London
- Hilary Scarlett and Lesley Hurst, Ones to watch, Textile View, Issue 115, 2016, pp298–305